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Quick start
Follow the quick start guide to set up continuous testing and monitoring for your web services.

1. Create your web service

Get started by creating your web service. All you need is a URL!

2. Add tests and assertions

Create tests and assertions to validate your endpoints.

3. Set up automation and track deployments

Add automation and schedules to run your tests, and send deployments from your CI pieline:

curl -u YOUR_API_TOKEN: https://assertible.com/deployments -d'{
    "service": "YOUR_SERVICE_ID",
    "version": "v1"
}'


Guides and integrations
Start learning hands-on with Assertible to set up your web service, work with deployments, and more.

Frequently asked questions
Have some questions before you get started? Check out the FAQ below or contact us any time.

How do I test an API behind a firewall?
There are 2 ways to test an API behind a firewall:
  • Use ngrok to test an API or web app behind a firewall with Assertible. For more details, see our blog post on testing an API behind a firewall.
  • Whitelist the Assertible test runner IP addresses, 34.215.13.216.

Can I have the IP addresses for your test runners?
The test runner IP address is 34.215.13.216. Additionally, you can use ngrok to test an API behind a firewall.

How does Assertible compare to other API testing and monitoring tools?
Assertible is a modern API testing tool that improves upon existing solutions in many areas.


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